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Old 12-23-2010, 06:42 AM
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leveling kit questions

my buddy put a leveling kit on his 2011 f250 and the rear sits about a 1" lower that the front now. someone told him that he can get blocks off a f350 cause they are about a 1" taller than the stock f250 blocks. anyone know about this or know what to do to fix this?
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Old 12-23-2010, 06:37 PM
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They sell kits for the f350 blocks with longer u-bolts and the works. But yes that is what he needs to do.
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yo there easy motorsports.. i got an 11 f-350 with the 11,500lb springpacks. spent quite abit of time researching before i levelled mine. there is about 3.5" diff between front and back. i installed a 1.5" levelling kit. somehow the diff now is just over 1". but the reason i lifted the front only partway is that if it is level empty then its going to lookand feel over-loaded when you do put anything in the bed or pull trailersor eq like i do. keep the back a little higher for weight capacity...good luck...regards...dc.snowball.
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